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Corporate Profile A.B. Won Pat International Airport, Guam Vision Mission Statement Organization Setting the standard in excellence as a world-class airport and premier aviation hub in the region. To ensure
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Corporate Profile A.B. Won Pat International Airport, Guam Vision Mission Statement Organization Setting the standard in excellence as a world-class airport and premier aviation hub in the region. To ensure the safety and security of the traveling public, maintain a superior and reliable level of airport services for island residents and tourists and develop air linkages and support facilities integral to the island s economic growth. The Airport Authority is an autonomous instrumentality of the Government of Guam and was created in It is an essential facility and service provider for the people of Guam and the lifeline to our island s tourism-driven economy. Features Terminal 767,553 sq. ft. with 76 ticket counter positions 48 immigration stations and 42 customs inspection stations 5,000 international passengers/hour processing capacity World-class Duty Free shopping International food court International business lounges Gates 21 aircraft parking positions with 17 common use terminal gates Accommodate larger aircraft such as B and B Airfield Primary Runway 12,000 linear ft. Secondary Runway 10,000 linear ft. Parallel Taxiway Travel Waivers BILATERAL AVIATION AGREEMENTS Bilateral agreements negotiated between the U.S. and China granted unlimited rights for all Chinese national air carriers to fly from any city in China to Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI), effective August 1, Concurrently, U.S. carriers are allowed to provide unlimited scheduled air service between Guam/CNMI and three (3) points in China (excluding Beijing & Shanghai). Source: Protocol to Amend the Agreement between the Government of the United States of American and the Government of the People s Republic of China relating to Civil Air Transport, Annex VI, July U.S. VISA WAIVER PROGRAM There are 36 countries participating in the U.S. Visa Waiver Program which allows the following countries entry in Guam without a visa a period of up to 90 days: Andorra Denmark Hungary Liechtenstein New Zealand Slovenia Australia Estonia Iceland Lithuania Norway South Korea Austria Finland Ireland Luxembourg Portugal Spain Belgium France Italy Malta San Marino Sweden Brunei Germany Japan Monaco Singapore Switzerland Czech Republic Greece Latvia the Netherlands Slovakia United Kindom Travellers entering Guam under the U.S. Visa Waiver Program must obtain an electronic travel authorization (ESTA) prior to entry and must also complete and sign a Form I-94W. GUAM-CNMI VISA WAIVER PROGRAM The Guam-CNMI Visa Waiver Program allows the traveler to enter Guam or the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands (CNMI) visa free for 45 days or fewer for business or pleasure for nationals of the following countries. Australia Hong Kong Malaysia New Zealand South Korea Taiwan Brunei Japan Nauru Papua New Guinea Singapore United Kingdom Travel Waivers To utilize program, traveler must meet the following conditions: Be solely entering and staying on Guam or the CNMI for a period not to exceed 45 days Be in possession of a round trip ticket that is nontransferable and bears a confirmed departure date not exceeding 45 days from the date of admission to Guam or the CNMI Have a completed and signed from I-736 and Form I-94 Be in possession of a valid, unexpired International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) compliant, machine readable passport issued by a country that meets the eligibility requirements of this section Have not previously violated the terms of any prior admissions, which include those under the Guam-CNMI Visa Waiver Program, the prior Guam Visa Waiver Program, the Visa Waiver Program as described in section 217(a) of the INS and admissions pursuant to any immigrant or nonimmigrant visa Be a resident of Taiwan in possession of a Taiwan Nation identity Card and a valid Taiwan passport beginning their travel in Taiwan and direct flights to Guam and /or the CNMI without an intermediate layover or stop RUSSIAN PAROLE AUTHORITY The US Department of Homeland Security has granted parole authority for Russian visitors to visit Guam up to 45 days from the date of admission to Guam or the CNMI, effective January 15, Parole authority allows tourists to enter the island on a case-by-case basis, without the need for a visa. Russian Tourists to Guam must meet the following conditions: Travel to Guam and/or the CNMI on a signatory carrier to the Guam-CNMI VWP directly from a foreign port of embarkation Travel to either Guam and/or the CNMI must not to exceed 45 days A citizen of Russia may be paroled in either Guam or the CNMI, may travel between Guam and the CNMI, but may not remain in the region longer than 45 days Be in possession of a round-trip ticket that is nonrefundable and nontransferable and bears a departure date not exceeding 45 days from the date of entry to Guam or the CNMI Be in possession of a completed and signed Guam-CNMI Visa Waiver Information Form (CBP Form I-736). (Airlines are responsible for providing all entry forms) Travel Waivers RUSSIAN PAROLE AUTHORITY (cont d) Be in possession of a completed CBP Form I-94, Arrival-Departure Record Each applicant must be in possession of a valid, unexpired International Civil Aviation Organization(ICAO)-compliant, machine-readable passport. Children cannot be riding on their parents passports Traveler must be classifiable as a visitor for business or pleasure Parole authorizations is limited to Guam and the CNMI only and does not confer the benefit of travel to another location within the United States Visitors who are paroled under this authority may not engage in local employment or labor for hire Eligibility requirements for carriers: To be eligible to transport nonimmigrant citizens from Russia into the United States, the carrier must: Be signatory to the Guam-CNMI VWP Ensure that travelers meet the eligibility requirements for the Guam-CNMI parole of citizen of Russia into Guam and the CNMI Transitional conditions and limitations: In those cases where a citizen of Russia has a current discretionary parole issued by CBP at a CNMI port of entry on the effective date of this revision and is present in the CNMI, that person will eligible to visit Guam within the term of the parole This discretionary authority does not grant a citizen of Russia the benefit of 45 days in the CNMI and a separate 45 days in Guam, but a total of 45 days between both U.S. territories The parole for the citizen of Russia applying for this benefit is limited to the geographic limits of Guam and the CNMI; a valid nonimmigrant visa is required to travel to another part of the United States Citizens of the People s Republic of China (PRC) continue to be limited to a discretionary parole to the valid nonimmigrant visa issued by a U.S. Embassy or Consulate The continued eligibility of the People s Republic of China (PRC) and Russia under this exercise of discretionary authority is subject to review For more information, please visit Key Airport Partners AIRLINES WEBSITE TELEPHONE FAX Air Busan TBA TBA Arctic Circle N/A Cape Air China Airlines Delta Air Lines /3/ EVA Airways Japan Airlines Jeju Air Jin Air Korean Air / Philippine Airlines Star Marianas T'Way Air United Airlines CARGO OPERATORS Asia Pacific Airlines / FedEx Express United Airlines UPS INTO-PLANE FUEL HANDLER Airport Services International Group, Inc FUEL SUPPLY HANDLER Supreme Group Guam IN-FLIGHT CATERING LSG Sky Chefs GOVERNMENT INSPECTION U.S. Customs & Border Protection Agency /90 ext Transportation Security Administration / Guam Customs and Quarantine Agency Guam Department of Agriculture U.S. Department of Agriculture GROUND HANDLING SERVICES Airport Services International Group, Inc / Delta Services Group /3/ Guam Flight Services / United Airlines Air Service Development INTERIM AIR SERVICE DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVES The following interim air service development incentive program is adopted by the GIAA Board of Directors, effective February 27, 2014, to attract new air links from unserved city destinations in the Asia-Pacific region and in collaboration with the Guam Visitors Bureau s proposed initiatives to stimulate air service from cities in the Peoples Republic of China. An early initiative is to target the shoulder or non-peak visitor months when the hotel room inventory is available. 1. Destination Based: All unserved city destinations in the Asia-Pacific region for direct scheduled air service or scheduled on-demand air service to Guam. 2. Air Carriers: GIAA incentive open to all U.S. and foreign based airlines that possess all governmental authorizations. Tour wholesalers and agencies are ineligible to receive the GIAA incentive but may factor such incentive in their negotiations with an airline operator. 3. Incentive Duration: Up to a maximum of two (2) years for an unserved destination per air carrier. 4. Minimum Weekly Frequency: GIAA incentive applies to new air service with aminimum of one (1) flight per week. 5. Rates & Charges Discount: The GIAA incentive applies to operational rates and charges published in the Airport Tariff Schedule in effect at the time of inaugural service and limited to the Airfield Use (Landing) Fee, Loading Bridge Use, Immigration Inspection, Arrivals and Departure Fees only. The cumulative percentage discount is up to 50% of the operational rates and factors includinge but are not limited to aircraft capacity, non-peak operational schedule and load factors. For air carriers that execute an agreement for two (2) years, the cumulative discount for the first year is 75% and 50% for the second year. For existing GIAA signatory airlines, the incentive discount will be negotiated. The incentive will be applied on a monthly basis pursuant to the airline activity report for the prior month with the exception of load factors which will be computed on an annual basis. Note: Revised to reflect the approval terms of the GIAA Board of Directors on during the February 27, 2014 Regular Board meeting. Air Tariff Schedule October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2016 The following Airport Tariff Schedule reflects the rates, fees and charges established by GIAA's Rules and Regulations. The Rules and Regulations, as the prevailing source document, shall govern any conflicts or disputes hereunder. 1. AIRFIELD USE CHARGE (Source: Section 14.02) Effective: OCTOBER 1, APRON/GATE USE CHARGE (Source: Section 14.03) Effective: OCTOBER 1, LOADING BRIDGE USE CHARGE (Source: Section ) Effective: OCTOBER 1, AIRCRAFT PARKING CHARGE/STORAGE (Source: Section 14.05) Effective: OCTOBER 1, FUEL FACILITY USE CHARGE (Source: Section 14.09) 6. IMMIGRATION INSPECTION FEES Effective: OCTOBER 1, ARRIVAL FACILITY SERVICE CHARGE (Source: Section 14.06) Effective: OCTOBER 1, DEPARTURE FACILITY SERVICE CHARGE (Source: Section & ) Effective: OCTOBER 1, 2015 Signatory Non-Signatory, Cargo Flights & Others Class II Signatory Non-Signatory, Cargo Flights & Others Class II - Main Terminal Other Areas Signatory Non-Signatory & Others Class I - Main Terminal & Other Areas Class II - Main Terminal & Other Areas Signatory Non-Signatory & Others Signatory Non-Signatory & Others Class II - Main Terminal Signatory Non-Signatory, Cargo Flights & Others Class II - Main Terminal Signatory Non-Signatory & Others Class II - Main Terminal Seventy Eight cents (US$0.78) per 1000 pounds of certified GTOW for each landing. Ninety Eight cents (US$0.98) per 1000 pounds of certified GTOW for each landing. Fourteen Dollars (US$14.00) for each landing. Thirty Two cents (US$0.32) per 1000 pounds of certified GTOW for each landing Forty cents (US$0.40) per 1000 pounds of certified GTOW for each landing Twenty Six cents (US$0.26) per 1000 pounds of certified GTOW for each landing Ten cents (US$0.10) per 1000 pounds of GTOW for each use with two (2) hours maximum. Six Hundred Six Dollars and Twenty Four cents (US$606.24) each use. Seven Hundred Fifty Seven Dollars and Eighty cents (US$757.80) each use. Eighty Five cents (US$ 0.85) per 1000 pounds of certified GTOW for each twenty four hour period or a fraction thereof, assessed six hours after landing. One Dollar and Seventy-Five cents (US$1.75) for each twenty four hour period or a fraction thereof assessed six hours after landing. By Operating Agreement: Quarter of a cent (US$.0025) per gallon of fuel taken payable to the fueling system operator. Two and a quarter cents (US$.0225) per gallon of fuel taken payable to the fueling system operator. One Dollar and Fifty Six cents (US$1.56) per international arriving passenger. One Dollar and Ninty five cents (US$1.95) per international arriving passenger. Forty Nine cents (US$0.49) per international arriving passenger. Four Dollars and Twenty Six cents (US$4.26) per terminating or arriving passenger, in lieu of rent. Five Dollars and Thirty Three cents (US$5.33) per terminating or arriving passenger, in lieu of rent. One Dollar and Thirty Three Cents (US$1.33) per terminating or arriving passenger, in lieu of rent. Three Dollars and Sixty Two cents (US$3.62) per enplaned passenger, in lieu of rent. Excludes security inspection services. Four Dollars and Fifty Three cents (US$4.53) per enplaned passenger, in lieu of rent. Excludes security inspection services. One Dollar and Thirteen cents (US$1.13) per enplaned passenger, in lieu of rent. Excludes security inspection services. CLASSES OF AIRCRAFT CLASS I - Aircraft having certified gross take-off weight (GTOW) of thirty thousand (30,000) pounds or more. CLASS II - Aircraft having certified GTOW of less than thirty thousand (30,000) pounds. Air Tariff Schedule October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2016 The following Airport Tariff Schedule reflects the rates, fees and charges established by GIAA's Rules and Regulations. The Rules and Regulations, as the prevailing source document, shall govern any conflicts or disputes hereunder. 9. WASTE DISPOSAL FACILITY CHARGE (Source: Section 14.10) Main Terminal Charge for use is set by and payable to the waste disposal facility operator. 10. CUSTOMS, AGRICULTURE AND QUARANTINE INSPECTION SERVICES CHARGE (Source: P.L ) Charge effective SEPTEMBER 1, 2013 Eight Dollars and Twenty Nine cents (US$8.29) per passenger. 11. TERMINAL BUILDING RENTAL RATE Effective: OCTOBER 1, CATERING FEE (Source: Section 14.12) Signatory Non-Signatory & Others Fifty One Dollars and Thiirty Five cents (US$51.35) per square foot per annum. Sixty Four Dollars and Nineteen cents (US$64.19) per square foot per annum. Monthly fee equal to five percent (5%) of gross monthly billings from supplier of in-flight food and beverage. Excluded is in-flight catering provided directly by bonafide airline tenant. 13. RAMP VEHICLE DECAL CHARGE (Source: Section 1.08 & 2.05) Effective: OCTOBER 1, 2012 Fifty Dollars (US$50.00) per decal. 14. TOUR BUS FACILITY CHARGE (Source: Section 14.13) Effective: APRIL 1, VEHICLE PERMIT CHARGE (Source: Section 14.14) For vehicles used in the commercial carriage of persons to and from the passenger terminal, the following annual permit fees shall apply based on the seating capacity of each vehicle: Effective: OCTOBER 1, 2012 Tour Bus Permittees Non-Tour Bus Permittees 1 to 10 passengers 11 to 20 passengers 21 to 30 passengers 31 to 40 passengers 41 to 50 passengers Over 50 passengers Five Dollars (US$5.00) per arriving passenger. Ten Dollars (US$10.00) per arriving passenger. Thirty Five Dollars (US$35.00) per vehicle. Forty Five Dollars (US$45.00) per vehicle. Fifty Five Dollars (US$55.00) per vehicle. Sixty Five Dollars (US$65.00) per vehicle. Seventy Five Dollars (US$75.00) per vehicle. Eighty Five Dollars (US$85.00) per vehicle. 16. TAXICAB PERMIT CHARGE (Source: Section 14.14) Effective: OCTOBER 1, 2012 One Hundred Dollars (US$100.00) per vehicle. CLASSES OF AIRCRAFT CLASS I - Aircraft having certified gross take-off weight (GTOW) of thirty thousand (30,000) pounds or more. CLASS II - Aircraft having certified GTOW of less than thirty thousand (30,000) pounds. Air Tariff Schedule October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2016 The following Airport Tariff Schedule reflects the rates, fees and charges established by GIAA's Rules and Regulations. The Rules and Regulations, as the prevailing source document, shall govern any conflicts or disputes hereunder. 17. RESERVED PARKING DECAL CHARGE (Source: Section ) 18. EMPLOYEE PARKING DECAL CHARGE (Source: Section 14.15) 19. PUBLIC PARKING LOT CHARGES (Source: Section 14.16) Effective: APRIL 1, 2007 US Currency, Visa and Mastercard Accepted October 1, 2014 October 1, 2014 TIMED DURATION PARKING RATES: Short Term Parking 0-15 Minutes 5-30 Minutes 30 Minutes - 1 Hour 1-2 Hours 2-3 Hours 3-4 Hours 4-5 Hours 5-24 Hours Lost Ticket LONG TERM PARKING 1-3 Days 3-7 Days 7 or More Days Lost Ticket One Hundred FiftyDollars (US$150.00) per decal per annum Authorized Airlines, commercial operators and tenants affected only. Charges are annually for each employee parking decal issued to employees of tenants or concessionaires who use designated employee parking facilities. Seventy Five Dollars (US$75.00) per annum per decal. One Dollar (US$1.00) Three Dollars (US$3.00) Four Dollars (US$4.00) Six Dollars (US$6.00) Eight Dollars (US$8.00) Ten Dollars (US$10.00) Eleven Dollars (US$11.00) Thirteen Dollars (US$13.00) Thirteen Dollars (US$13.00) Ten Dollars (US$10.00) per day Nine Dollars (US$9.00) per day Eight Dollars (US$8.00) per day Thirteen Dollars (US$13.00) CLASSES OF AIRCRAFT CLASS I - Aircraft having certified gross take-off weight (GTOW) of thirty thousand (30,000) pounds or more. CLASS II - Aircraft having certified GTOW of less than thirty thousand (30,000) pounds. Insurance Requirements October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2016 AIRSIDE COVERAGE AIR TRANSPORT OPERATORS, including CARGO Aviation Liability LIMITS $1,000,000 x number of passenger seats of the largest aircraft operated subject to: $50,000,000 minimum $450,000,000 maximum Combined Single Limit (CSL) including passengers Airport Liability including: Premises Operations Products Hangarkeepers Legal Blanket Contractual Personal Injury Independent Contractors Premises Medical Payments $50,000,000 CSL $1,000/person, $5,000 accident *GIAA named as an additional insured GENERAL AVIATION Aviation Liability (as above) Airport Liability PRIVATE AIRCRAFT AUTOMOBILES AND UNLICENSED MOBILE EQUIPMENT Owned, Hired and Non-owned PROPERTY Commercial All Risk Form including earthquake, flood and typhoon $1,000,000 x number of passenger seats of the largest aircraft operated subject to: $10,000,000 minimum including passengers $10,000,000 CSL $1,000,000 CSL including passengers $4,000,000 CSL 100% Insurable replacement value All real and personal property including Tenant s improvements Waiver of Subrogation in favor of GIAA WORKERS COMPENSATION Statutory Insurance Requirements October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2016 LANDSIDE COVERAGE AIR TRANSPORT OPERATORS, including CARGO Commercial General Liability including the following coverage and endorsements: Premises Personal Injury Operations Independent Contractors Products Premises Medical Payments Blanket Contractual LIMITS $1,000,000 CSL $1,000/person, $5,000 accident *GIAA named as an additional insured AUTOMOBILES Owned, Hired and Non-owned PROPERTY Commercial All Risk Form including earthquake, flood and typhoon Statutory 100% Insurable replacement value All real and personal property including Tenant s improvements Waiver of Subrogation in favor of GIAA WORKERS COMPENSATION Statutory Landing Permit Foreign & Domestic Application Packet These documents are to be used for first time applicants or renewals. Landing Permit Application form Certificate of Insurance Additional Insured Endorsement Waiver of Subrogation Endorsement Airworthiness Certificate(s) of Aircraft(s) Please complete and submit to: Mr. Edward A.P. Muna II, A.C.E. Airport Operations Superintendent P.O. Box 8770 Tamuning, GU Tel.: /52/55-56/60-63 Fax: / Landing Permit Application Foreign & Domestic CIVIL A
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